Daniela González

Privacy and Data Protection Coordinator

Areas of Practice:

Privacy and Data Protection

Background:

J.D. (2013), LL.M in Globalization and Laws with emphasis in Commercial and Corporate Law (2020); Graduate Diploma on Commercial Law (2016)

Languages:

Spanish and English.

Daniela received her law degree from Universidad del Rosario (Bogotá, Colombia) and earned her graduate diploma on Commercial Law at Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia). She holds a Master of Laws degree (LL.M) in Globalization and Laws with emphasis in Commercial and Corporate Law from Maastricht University (The Netherlands), where she wrote her degree thesis on the role of the Data Protection Officer as a new participant within Corporate Governance Structures. She obtained a certification as Expert on Data Protection from the Spain Institute of Audit & IT-Governance -IAITG in 2015.

Her professional career began in a renowned law firm in Colombia, where she was part of the Probono and Corporate teams. Afterwards, she worked at one of the Colombian leading financial private organizations on the structuring and negotiation of commercial contracts and the regulatory analysis of the stock market.

She joined OlarteMoure in 2014 as an associate for the Trademarks, Competition, and Corporate team, assuming the leadership of several high-impact projects associated with the protection of intangible assets, free competition defense and corporate legal assistance. In 2016, and for 4 years, she assumed the leading role for the Corporate Department, where she stood out for successfully coming up with effective legal solutions for the structuring, monitoring and closure several business projects. With an extensive expertise on the matter, Daniela now leads the Privacy and Data Protection practice of the firm, giving legal advice to clients in the design of creative strategies for data processing, converting privacy risks into business opportunities.

She is currently a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and Co-chair for the Colombian IAPP KnowledgeNet Chapter; member of the Data Privacy Working Committee of the Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property; and member of the Steering Committee of the Colombian Data Privacy Association (ADAPRI). Daniela is author of various articles on Data Protection and frequently speaker and guest professor at local and foreign scenarios involving privacy and data strategic management matters.